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Transcript: While doing an Autopsy medical examine, and juriscdictions will be there to aprove and help you on the Autopsy. Day-to-day duties For an Autopsy the day could be hard, but some tasks they do are: Collecting data and clothing Perform an autopsy Write a report about the autopsy that is done or getting ready to perform To be able to perform an autopsy, you will need to get permission from the law because sometimes it will involve violence between the cutting and blood. Plastic bags are placed over hands and feet to avoid evidence to drop. Step 1. Examine the features in the persons body Step 2. The "Y" incision Step 3. Remove all organs Step 4. Examine and weigh all the organs Step 5. Body will be put back together Autopsy Tools Bone saw Scissors Scalpel Skull chisel Rib cutter Toothed forenceps Hagedorn needle Enterotome Gloves http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/science/health-human-body-sci/human-body/real-csi-sci.html •http://www.medicinenet.com/autopsy/article.htm •http://www.ehow.com/facts_6948429_average-salary-forensic-autopsy-tech.html •http://www.ehow.com/how_4689355_become-autopsy-technician.html •http://www.faqs.org/health/topics/6/Autopsy.html •http://www.americanautopsy.com/facts.html •http://www.wellspan.org/default.cfm?xyzpdqabc=0&id=6&action=detail&AEProductID=HW_Knowledgebase&AEArticleID=hw2451 •http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Autopsy •http://www.pathguy.com/autopsy.htm Working challenges Sometimes when working for autopsy, the rules of your life can change. You will be expecting to see a large amount of blood and other things that will shock you.. Salary Monthly:$4,616-$5,615 Hour:$26.62-$32.32 Yearly:$55,380-$67,314 Education Associate’s degree in medical laboratory science One year of phlebotomy. Bruises/Tattoos Scrapes on skin Drug test Tiny red marks in whites of eyes Nails broken Kidneys & Liver are examined Birth marks Food in Stomach Cuts Broken bones Forensic Autopsy By:Beatriz Q

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Transcript: Education What is Autopsy? Receive a Bachelors Degree- 4 years Graduate from Medical School- 4 years Complete Medical Training - 3-5 years Pass the USMLE - 2 day test Complete fellowship training- 3 years Get a Medical License - 3-9 month wait How Long Do Autopsies Take? Equipment School Shelby L. Singh Bibliograpghy: "What Exactly Do They Do during an Autopsy?" Live Science. Ed. Nicholas Gerbis. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2014. <http://www.livescience.com/ 37789-forensic-pathologist-perform-autopsy-csi-effect-.html>. This article informed me on how Pathologists perform Autopsies. Thorton, John I. "Autopsy." World Book M. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 361-65. Print. I learned that a person who studies/performs Autopsies are called , Medical Examiners, Pathologists, or Coroners. Cooper, Chris. Eyewitness Books, Forensic Science. New York: DK, n.d. Print. This book informed me on what tools they use for Autopsies, and the clothing Pathologists wear. About.com Health Careers. N.p., n.d. Web. 2 May 2014. <http://healthcareers.about.com/od/ physiciancareers/p/how-to-become-a-pathologist.htm>. This helped me because now I know what to study and how long I will have to attend college. Autopsy is an examination of the dead. Autopsies are requested to find out the cause of the death. Usually to find results from a homicide or suicide.The study of Autopsy is called Pathology. People who perform Autopsies are called Pathologists, Coroners, or Medical Examiners. Autopsies are usually performed within 24 hrs and take about 2-4hrs. Medical Examiners then test the body's urine, blood, gel from the eye, and bile from the gallbladder for drugs or infections. The organs are removed and weighed. Step 6 Autopsy Step 2 Total 11-15 years They remove and dissect the abdominal organs. How Autopsies are performed: Step 4 Some of the tools used to perform Autopsies are : Scalpels, Bone Cutters, Brain knives, Cranium Chisels and hand saws Pathologists inspect the body and weigh it. They take notes such as eye color, hair color and length, ethnicity, sex, age, and also examine clothes. Bibliography Organs are then wrapped in plastic bags & returned to the body. Step 1 Autopsy The organs are examined in place. Step 5 Step 3 By: Shelby L. Singh

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Transcript: What to think about An autopsy may uncover effects of habits or diseases that people close to the deaseased person did not know about. For example, cancer may be found, or examination on the liver may show that the deceased person drank alcohol to excess. - An autopsy is NOT required by law. - In order to get an autopsy that is not required by law the persons next of kin is required for permission. *In some cases, organs may be placed in a preservative called formalin for days to weeks prior to dissection. This is particularly important in the examination of the brain for certain types of the diseases or injures. Final Stage - Different testes are preformed. These testes may vary based on the findings at the autopsy dissection, the circumstances of death, the questions asked about the death, and the condition of the tissues and body fluids obtained at autopsy. - A written report is preformed that addresses the autopsy dissection and other findings. This report may address the cause of death and may help answer questions from the deceased person’s doctor and family. - The death certificate is signed by a pathologist, coroner, or medical examiner if the autopsy is required by law and the doctor caring for the deceased prior of death would sign the death certificate if the autopsy was NOT required by law. How It Is Done * An autopsy may also be done in order to comfirm or exclude a disease diagnosis made before death, documenting the persence of a disease thta was undiagnosed before death, collect evidence and information in criminal cases, or to help health departments ot other government agencies in order to identify and track a disease or potential health hazard - An autopsy or post mortem examination is a through examination of the body in order to determine the cause of death and how the person died. Expecting Salary Insurance generally does not pay for autopsies. * Depending on the circumstances of the death, law enforcement and the medicaal examiner's or coroners office may be involved in the investigation. * A complete internal examination includes removal and dissection of the chest and the abdominal organs and the brain. The examination of the truck requires and incision on the anterior protion of the body. The removal of the brain requires and incison over the top of the head. The body organs are examined before removal, then removed and examined in a stardard fashion. expecting salary is between 35,000 and 40,000 dollars a year. * The autopsy begins when a careful examination of the external part of the body. This is when the locations and a description of identifying marks are being recorded on the body diagram. Such as scars, tattoos, and other significant markings ( injuries, wounds, bruises, and cuts). sudden or unexpectly under suspicous circumstances As a result of an injury *Procedures done during the autopsy may vary, depending on the circumstances surrounding the death, whether the medical examiner or coroner is involved, and what specific issues are being evaluated during the autopsy. * as much information as possible is gathered about the person who died and the events that led to the death. Any unwrongful or unnatural deaths may include: Bullet wounds Automobil accident or plane crash Fire, drowning, or electrocution Death resulting from extreme heat or cold Poisining or overdose How to prepare? experience with 10-20 years of real life experience 150,000 or 200,000 or upwards of $300,000 at some prestigious practices Autopsies - Certain deaths MUST be investigated by a medical examiner or corners office if a death happens such as: An autopsy doesn't prevent the body from being veiwed an a open casket. An outside expert for autopsies can cost between $3000 and $5000. This doesn't include additional charges of transportation of the body.

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Transcript: The kidney is a very small, smooth, brown, and shaped like a bean. The kidney cleans out the blood and holds urine. Thoracic Urogenital opening was small and pink. there was a little bit of hair. Pelvic Cavity Our Pig is a male and he is 100 days old The facial cavity includes the nose, eyes, ears, tongue, hard palate, soft palate, and teeth. The neck cavity includes the esophagus and the throat. Autopsy Project Length: 8mm Urogenital Opening Heart 24cm Facial/Neck Cavity Length: 13mm small intestines Sex and Age of Pig Mass: 26.7g The elastic sacs that allows for oxygen to flow throughout the blood and releases carbon dioxide. Thank you! Very large, greyish brown, smooth. Lungs Definition- Lower extremity of the leg below the ankle, on which a person stands or walk. When the fetal pig was cut open, the juice was brown and the organs looked like the ones in humans. Abdominal Cavity By: Somdeb Mukhopadhyay Matthew Giles Ojiro Ochiai lungs Mass: 5g Thoracic Cavity Feet Length: 50mm Kidney Facial/neck The abdominal cavity includes the lower part of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, and the bladder. Abdominal The thoracic cavity includes the lungs, heart, esophagus, and others. Diaphragm The pig's tongue was sticking out and the palates felt hard and the neck was parallel connecting to the bottom mouth. Definition- This is where the bodily waste and reproductive fluids are expelled Observations so far Mass: 20.5g

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